Risks from drugs and surgery to enlarge the prostate should be minimized

Enlarged prostate is one of the most common genitourinary complications in men over 50 years of age and typically presents with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). Today, doctors prescribe medical therapy and surgical interventions.

However, long-term medications for enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) may harm aging men. Minimally invasive BPH surgeries are responsible for sexual dysfunction such as loss of ejaculation and, less frequently, erectile dysfunction.

For over a 10 year period Dr. Allen’s device for prostate treatment has been successfully used by thousands of men with an enlarged prostate in over 100 countries. It should be mentioned that almost all men experienced LUTS relieve and nobody had side effects.

An enlarged prostate causes urinary symptoms

Enlarged prostate surrounds the urethra at the bladder, presses against and pinches the urethra that causes urination problems or urinary symptoms – LUTS. The treatment of this condition must be safe, as prostate enlargement is a non-cancerous condition.

Therefore, Thermobalancing therapy with Dr. Allen’s device which treats a prostate gland naturally should be used in the first place. Dr. Allen’s device has proven its effectiveness and safety to relieve LUTS due to BPH.

Usual treatments for enlarged prostate

Some men using testosterone, as they believe that in aging men the testosterone level decrease causes the prostate gland growth. The theory that low testosterone levels as a cause of BPH in the blood are questionable, as castrated boys do not develop BPH as they grow older.

BPH drugs and surgeries do not treat the affected prostate and lead to new health problems. Various surgical procedures are offered to remove the prostate gland or its part. All of them have unpleasant complications that can cause depression in almost 25% of men undergoing surgery.

2 groups of medications, which are recommended for men with BPH are risky. Since these drugs are not effective in the long term, they are often used together. This increases the risk of side effects, which do not disappear after men stop the use of them.

First, alpha-blockers relax the muscle of the prostate and bladder neck allowing urine to flow more easily. There are various names of these drugs like Tamsulosin, Terazosin, etc. Alpha-blockers can develop fatigue, headache, dizziness, and sexual dysfunction.

Another hormonal drug, namely 5-alpha-reductase-inhibitors that should convert testosterone into dihydrotestosterone. with names Finasteride, Proscar, Avodart responsible for irreversible side effects: impotence, depression, testicle pain, and even diabetes.

Dr. Allen’s Device reduces the size of enlarged prostate and LUTS

Dr. Allen’s device shrinks prostate in size by improving blood circulation, treating the cause of BPH. Thermobalancing therapy with Dr. Allen’s Device was patented by the USPTO, which confirms that this is a completely new method for the treatment of an enlarged prostate.

Fine Treatment is a manufacturer and distributor of non-invasive Dr. Allen’s Devices. Fine Treatment is a UK Department for International Trade (DIT) registered supplier to international buyers. The price of the device with guaranteed delivery is less than $200 worldwide.

10-year evidence clinical trial show that Dr. Allen’s Device helps men with BPH to reduces their enlarged prostate volume and urinary symptoms. The clinical study on Thermobalancing therapy with the device has confirmed its efficacy for men with BPH, and many scientific articles were published.

Dr. Allen’s Device is registered with Healthcare Agency in 2010 as a class 1 medical device; therefore, it does not require the involvement of a notified body. This means that every man who has an enlarged prostate can use the device day and night without worrying since the therapy is safe.

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